Depicts monuments and their often poignant inscriptions from across the United States, which call attention to and honor the people, organizations, and events that have played a significant role in the history of the nation.
Chatham Square (New York, N.Y.) by David de Sola Pool
Etched in Stone: Archeological Discoveries that Prove the Bible is a quick, easy guide to archeological proofs to bolster one's faith and encourage believers of all ages. Etched in Stone showcases more than 60 archeological discoveries that prove the Bible is historically accurate and that Christianity is much more than just blind faith. Now you can have something tangible to show that the Israelites really did have to make bricks without straw, there really was a city called Nazareth, Nebuchadnezzar wasn't just a made-up king, Pontius Pilate did rule at the time of Christ, and much more. Etched in Stone offers the reader a clear, concise summary of the biblical events surrounding each artifact. Maps at the back show where in the world the artifact was discovered letting you know the stories of the Bible are neither fictional nor allegorical.
Whispers Etched in Stone is a remarkable anthology of poems of varied, subtly different, yet simple reflections and personal thoughts on love, life, and faith. Elisa Morellis ardent wish is to share with others, through poetry, her understanding of goodness in its many forms. And to help others to know why we believe the way we believe.
Frelinray knows duty. He's been protecting the same family for over 80 years. Now the call home has finally arrived. He must choose between serving his people, the Khargals, or the human woman he desires above all others. Which promise should he break? Jesse has the hots for a stone statue. Ridiculous, but true. She is an artist, and he's her muse, but a girl has to draw a line somewhere. Or so she thinks, until he swoops in to rescue her. Can a relationship between a girl and a gargoyle really work, especially when forces beyond their control are finally calling him home?
Vanessa Lang lands her dream job at an investment firm, Stone Corp. When her kleptomaniac mother is caught shoplifting, Vanessa is forced to accept a deal with the detective-collect evidence of insider trading at her new job. Investigating Sebastian Stone comes with benefits. The drop-dead-gorgeous CEO introduces her to steamy encounters in public places, and in the midst of it all, she gathers information about his business. She soon has a difficult choice to make...save her mother or protect the man she loves.
In the riveting conclusion of the Twilight Court Series, Seren is faced with a ruthless enemy who seems to have discovered a way to steal magic from fairies. All evidence points to Lana Clach-ex-queen of the Colorado Underground-but the Councils aren't convinced. Can Ambassador Seren prove Lana's guilt before it's too late? Or is the future already etched in stone?
One look, one moment and I was completely defenseless. One touch, one embrace and I was utterly consumed. One kiss, one caress and that's all it took. One look and thirty-four year old Parker Stone knew his life would never be the same. She called to him unlike anything ever had in his life, sparking an unbridled desire and captivating him completely. One touch and twenty-eight year old Liz Del Rio wasn't sure she'd be able to walk away. Experiencing a life full of disappointment and heartache, she wasn't looking for a relationship, let alone love and all the risks that came with it. Every time life had taught her the same lesson: not to let people in because they always leave and when they leave, it leaves scars upon your soul. One kiss sealed their fate and they knew they would never be able to live without one another. Liz and Parker embed themselves into each other's world. Passion burns bright and fast, but what happens when your lives are connected in ways you could have never imagined? Secrets from Liz's past threaten to break not only what they have, but who she is as they learn that once love is etched in stone nothing can make it crumble.
Adina thought she bought a new statue for her collection. Fate sent her a soulmate instead. Stone has been alive for centuries but he's never truly lived. Created by magic, he was duty bound to watch over the Drummond family and guard them with his life. Now, his last master is dead and there's no one left to protect. Instead of gaining his freedom, Stone finds himself locked in his granite form, a living mind trapped inside a statue. Lost in despair and on the verge of madness, the days blend together into one everlasting nightmare...until he begins to dream of her. Adina Diggersby lives for her art. Sculpting stone is her passion, one that keeps her busy enough she rarely has time to mourn the one thing missing from her life, someone to share it with. The last thing she ever expected was for her newest purchase to come to life and inform her he was her new protector. Adina won't rest until Stone is free of the spells that enslave him, but unraveling the dark magic that created him will come at a price. Are these two souls doomed to be forever alone, or is their love strong enough to be etched in stone?
You can't take it with you, but you can sure leave something behind. That's what Dan C. Davis discovered when he visited his parents' grave site and began to notice the beautiful engravings on some of the tombstones. Often, he found, the images depicted scenes that conveyed something of the people's characters and passions. The engravings featured in "Underground Art" celebrate the lives of the dearly departed in a unique way, not only evoking wonderful memories for those who knew them, but also allowing the rest of us to get a sense of who they were.